The Blue Hotel
Composer: Brian Clarence Hulse
Librettist: Brian Clarence Hulse
Premiere Date: Not available.
Description: Based on Stephen Crane's vivid short story, THE BLUE HOTEL concerns a hotel owner in late 19th-century Nebraska who has some trouble with a foreign lodger paranoid about the dangers of the American frontier. After a few card games and some liquor, the foreigner picks a fight with the owner's son. He is victorious, but his gloating induces one of the guests to kill him.
Length: 00:25
Total Acts: 1
Orchestration: clarinet, piano, bass
Musical Style: Tuneful; motivic; chromatic
Contact: Brian Hulse
E-mail Address: operascore@yahoo.com
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